Towpath part of George V. Voinovich Bridge Sustainability Efforts

How does road & bridge construction become a sustainable process? Learn more about ODOT’s sustainability efforts on the George V. Voinovich Bridge, which includes building portions of Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail, peregrine falcon nests and wild fish habitats. Read more about the George V. Voinovich Bridge sustainability efforts Towpath in Cleveland Blog: Inner Belt Bridge Update, August 2015

New Bike Lanes, Improvements on Scranton Road

On Monday, May 9th the City of Cleveland began resurfacing operations on Carter Road. The work is part of a larger project which includes resurfacing of sections of Willey Ave. and Train Avenue, and improvements to Scranton Road from Fairfield to Carter Road. The project work scope includes: New striping and signs, including exclusive bike lanes and parking lanes […]

George V. Voinovich Bridge Project Tours, 4/28 – 9/30

Public tours are now scheduled for the 2016 construction season Reservations are required. Attendees may sign-up on-line at the link here or by calling 216-344-0069 (toll-free 855-803-5280). Up to 20 people will be able to participate in each of the two monthly tours.    2016 Tour Dates and Times Reservations Accepted Starting: Thursday, April 28 9:30 […]

Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail

Cleveland Metroparks has set bridges creating a connection between the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail and the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail (formerly known as the Lake Link Trail.)   The first segment of the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail is scheduled to open this summer, it will connect the 101-Towpath Trail at Scranton Flats to […]

Towpath Trail Open House in Tremont

Over 150 people came out to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church on November 6th to meet with representatives from the Towpath Trail Management Committee and give feedback on the future plans for the Towpath Trail in Cleveland. The Towpath Trail Extension Project will connect Downtown Cleveland to the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, an off-road […]

Scranton Flats Given Downtown Development Award

Canalway Partners was presented with a 2014 Downtown Development Award for Scranton Flats, the first publicly funded section of Towpath Trail in the City of Cleveland, at the 16th Annual Ruth Ratner Miller Award Luncheon. We accepted the award on behalf of our four-party partnership which also includes Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland and […]